Mark your calendars now for this moment in history – a total solar eclipse hasn’t been seen in North America in 99 years – so here’s your chance!
In Columbus, the eclipse will begin around 1:00 and wrap up around 4:00. At about 2:26, we’ll see the peak of the eclipse, when the moon will cover 93% of the sun. To find out when your town will see the peak eclipse, check out: https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/7/25/16019892/solar-eclipse-2017-interactive-map
Join the Bartholomew County Public Library for a Solar Eclipse Viewing Party – they will have solar eclipse glasses, while supplies last, and will provide solar-themed snacks and music. Feel free to bring a lawn chair or blanket and a hat for outside viewing comfort. http://qmix.com/community-calendar/solar-eclipse-partyviewing/